Spring is nearly here, and that means a change will occur beyond just the weather. With the new season comes a new fashion season. Layers are trimmed down, warmer colours come back in vogue, and accessories beyond hats and scarves are once more wearable – fashion changes that are all typical of spring fashion.
But there’s more to staying in style than accommodating your wardrobe to the weather. With each new fashion season, comes a slew of new trends and styles dictated by the fashion world. While there are certain fashion-mainstays of a certain season, there are many more unique changes that are ephemeral but no less fashionable.
The trouble is, at least for those of us outside of the fashion industry, is keeping up with all of the newly created looks and aesthetics of a season or time of year. Serious work needs to go into keeping up to date on what is in vogue, to the point that it’s almost a job in itself.
Fortunately, staying in style doesn’t need to be a laborious task where you constantly read fashion blogs or purchase an almost obscene number of fashion magazines. A much easier solution exists, one that combines the easy interface of a website with the trusted knowledge of a print publication. The answer is Texture.
An entire magazine rack encapsulated into one digital resource, Texture by Next Issue provides users with scores of fashion publications and makes them accessible by computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Magazines with content ranging from bridal fashion to high fashion to makeup are included in the many titles that come with a Texture subscription, all but ensuring you’re always in-the-know when it comes to anything fashion-related.
And the entire experience is free, at least for the first 30 days. So you can sign up for a Texture subscription, see how it makes keeping updated on all things fashion incredibly easy for a month at zero charge, then go from there.
Of course, Texture’s list of titles goes well beyond the world of fashion (tech, food, politics, and parenting are a sampling of other topics) thus adding more types of content to enjoy. But even if staying in style is your only concern, look no further than Texture.
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